Entrepreneur india monthly magazine june 2013


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‘Entrepreneur India’, a monthly magazine published by NPCS, is aimed at simplifying the process of choosing the suitable project for investment. It makes business decisions easier and trouble-free by providing a list of right projects for investment. Unique among project investment magazines, ‘Entrepreneur India’ is dedicated to the business of identifying sound investment projects. Every issue consists of a new list of projects which are meticulously selected by the NPCS team after being screened on various investment factors. NPCS team, before labeling a project as ‘Right investment’, studies various aspects of investment like product demand, market potential, raw material availability, suitable location, payback period, costs involved and breakeven point.
The importance of project identification is known to less and many a times, entrepreneurs spend substantial time and resources on project planning, execution and control, while little attention is paid to project assessment and selection. Such times lead to disastrous business decisions and often a project is declared a ‘dead investment’. Most entrepreneurs, these days, have the capital but not the expertise to shortlist a suitable project to park their money. And ‘Entrepreneur India’ helps remove such hurdles for a businessman to ensure successful ventures and expansions.
Correct project identification is a herculean task for any entrepreneur who is willing to expand or venture and he is often faced with the dilemma of identifying a suitable project that has minimum risk to his capital and has high growth potential. Through this journal we aim to educate and enlighten entrepreneurs about such projects and provide them with an updated list of profitable ventures with its project profile and project cost estimation (i.e. Plant Capacity, Plant & Machinery Cost, Working Capital, Total Capital Investment, Rate of Return and Break Event Point).
Also, the magazine provides a snapshot of NPCS activities in a month. It includes brief profiles of several market research reports, project identification reports and books published by the company. The magazine has nationwide reach and a substantial readership.
We at NPCS, ensure that business ventures and expansions happen but only in the right projects and at the right cost.

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  1. 1. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013 1Visit us at : www.niir.org
  2. 2. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013Visit us at : www.niir.org2
  3. 3. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013 3Visit us at : www.niir.org Vol. 19 No. 6 JUNE 2013 EDITOR AJAY KR. GUPTA D.M.S, M.B.A. Entrepreneurship Management ASSOCIATE EDITOR P.K. TRIPATHI Printed, published & Edited by Ajay Kr. Gupta on behalf of “NIIR PROJECT CONSULTANCY SERVICES” 106-E, Kamla Nagar, Delhi-7 and Printed at M/ s.New Gian Offset Printers, 495, DDA complex, Shahazada Bagh, Delhi-35. Registered RNI No.61509/95 PostalLicenseDL(N)/114/2012-14andVide U.LicenceNo.U(DN)154/2012-14Licensed toPostwithoutPrepaymentatDelhiR.M.S., Delhi - 110 006 ABOUT US NPCS marketing Associates of National Institute of Industrial Research, NIIR an ISO 9001 : 2008 CERTIFIED COMPANY is a reliable name in industrial world for offering integrated technical consultancy service and also technical collaborations. At NPCS, we provide prudent advice regarding a business when diversification is on the anvil, when an entrepreneur is up against lack of information before starting a project, we strive to provide them with technology evaluation, sourcing and assimilation of detailed project reports, market survey studies and research through our advanced Industrial, Business and Commercial Database. We have successfully achieved top-notch quality standards with a high level of customer appreciation resulting in long lasting relation and large amount of referal work through technological breakthrough and innovative concepts. Over the years, NPCS has become a well-known name in the industrial world for offering integrated technical consultancy service. Due diligence reports are prepared on behalf of the proposed buyers and sellers of the business. We provide the services through comprehensive knowledge of equipment and practices through our excellent team at very economical price. A large number of our Indian and NRI clients have appreciated our expertise for excellence by giving us report orders which speak volumes about our commitment in providing complete customer satisfaction. We have successfully handled a number of NGO projects. NPCS is manned by a dedicated team of highly qualified and experienced and consultants Engineers. Economist and Technologists from various disciplines. We have undertaken extensive work in identifying new project opportunities sourcing technology and industial mnow-how from European, South Asian + USA etc and keeping in step with changing industiral scene and growing needs of entrepreneurs and business houses in India and Abroad. RNI NO. 61509/95 make fishing baits and in Pole fishing. Polyester Elastic Thread are used for Shoe Cover. Rubber elastic bandage is made of the finest quality textile fabrics, reinforced with natural rubber thread. Used for elastic band, sofa elastic webbing, headwear, socks, gloves etc. Colored rubber threads are also used for making toys like koosh balls and doll hair etc. Heat Resistant Latex Rubber Threads are used to manufacture elastic tapes used in the final products. These are also used in shoe uppers, headbands and wristbands and travel goods. Rubber thread coated with talcum and rubber thread coated with polymer, both of which are ideal for textile industry that requires softness and swiftness and is also ideal for all types of machinery. Latex thread is used in the manufacture of elastic tapes used in foundation garments (such as panties), skirts. Sport wear, diapers etc. MARKET SURVEY The market size for Rubber Thread in India is estimated at 1200 MT/ month & the cumulative factual production of all rubber thread manufacturer’s put together in India is not more then 550-600 MT/ month. Latex Rubber threads have wide are of applications. On the whole, Rubber thread industry consists of personal clothing, consumer rubber products and sports equipment manufacturing. Like foam industry, rubber thread industry also directly affected by general market environment. With India’s growing role in the world economy, the Indian rubber industry has also been gaining global acceptance. India today is looked upon as world’s largest producer and third largest consumer of natural rubber. Likewise, large scale production of automobiles in India also led to the further growth of this sector. How to Scan QR Code to reach www.niir.org 1. Open the Scanner App and point your mobile camera towards the QR Code 2. Auto-focus feature having phone will automatically detect code. 3. Fornon-Auto-focusphones,pressscantocaptureQRCodeandthenitwillshow the result Latex Rubber Threads Latex rubber thread is one of the product amongst various process obtained from Rubber Processing. It is produced by extruding compounded latex through capillaries into a bath of coagulant, and the coagulated wet filament is then washed, dried and vulcanized to produce an elastic thread. Latex is a milky sap that comes from the rubber tree. The sap is used to make products such as balloons, gloves and pacifiers. To manufacture rubber goods from latex component, it is necessary to convert the compounds into solids of the desired form. The latex producer generally stabilizes latex compounds before transporting to the rubber goods manufacturing facility. It is observed that the extent of pre-vulcanization affects the aged and un-aged physical properties of latex threads. Super heat resistant threads are developed to withstand high processing temperatures. Super heat resistant threads retain at least 80% of the modulus after exposure to dry heat of 150 degree centigrade for 2 hours while the normal threads retain only 50% modulus. USES AND APPLICATIONS The main uses of rubber thread are in combination with textiles. The thread is normally covered with textile fibers of various types in special covering machines. The covered threads are then woven into foundation garments, other forms of wearing apparel. It can be used in the Toys Industries to make many enjoyable items. It can be use in the Garment Industries. Rubber threads are also used to
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ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013Visit us at : www.niir.org4 NAME OF BOOKS ````` /US$ CHEMICALS, FINE CHEMICALS, VITAMINS, AMINO ACIDS AND PROTEINS *Handbook On Chemical Industries (Alcohol Based) 750 /- 100 *Industrial Chemicals Technology Handbook 1100/-125 *The Complete Technology Book On Chemical Industries 975/-100 *Modern Technology Of Industrial Chemicals 1100/-125 *The Complete Technology Book On Fine Chemicals 1100/-125 *Handbook On Fine Chemicals, Vitamins, Amino Acids And Proteins 1450/-150 PHARMACEUTICAL, DRUGS *Drugs & Pharmaceutical Technology Handbook 1075/-125 PESTICIDES, INSECTICIDES *The Complete Technology Book On Pesticides, Insecticides, Fungicides and Herbicides With Formulae & Processes 1100/-100 *Biopesticides Handbook 1575/-150 STARCH & ITS DERIVATIVES *The Complete Technology Book On Starch & Its Derivatives 1100/-125 WAX & POLISHES *The Complete Technology Book On WaxAnd Polishes 1675/-150 BIO-TECHNOLOGY, NANOTECHNOLOGY, ENZYMES, FOOD BIO-TECHNOLOGY, VERMICULTURE, VERMICOMPOST, BIO-FERTILIZER, ORGANIC FARMING, BIOGAS, MUSHROOM *Bio-TechnologyHandbook 1100/-125 *PlantBiotechnologyHandbook 1100/-125 *EnzymesBio-TechnologyHandbook 1100/-125 *The Complete Book on Biotechnology Based Bulk Drugs 1050/-125 *Handbook On Food Bio-Technology 1100/-125 *Handbook On Plants And Cell Tissue Culture 1275/-125 *The Complete Technology Book On VermicultureAnd Vermicompost 750/-100 *The Complete Technology Book On Bio-FertilizerAnd Organic Farming (2nd Rev. Edn.) 1400/-150 *Handbook On Biogas And Its Applications 975/-100 *Handbook On Mushroom Cultivation And Processing (With Dehydration, Preservation And Canning) 1275/-125 *The Complete Book on Organic Farming and Production of Organic Compost 1275/-125 *NanotechnologyHandbook 1675/-150 *Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Handbook 1675/-150 *Manufacture of Biofertilizer and Organic Farming 975/-100 PRINTING, PACKAGING, PRINTING INK *Handbook On Modern Packaging Industries (2nd Revised Edn.) 1675/-150 *Modern Technology Of Printing & Writing Inks 750/-100 *The Complete Technology Book On Printing Inks 1000/-100 *The Complete Book On Printing Technology 1100/-125 *Handbook On Printing Technology (Offset, Gravure, Flexo, Screen) 2nd Revised Edition 1275/-125 *Screen Printing Technology Handbook 1000/-100 *Modern Printing Technology 250/- 50 PAPER, PULP & PAPER CONVERSION *Modern Technology Of Pulp, PaperAnd Paper Conversion Industries 1000/-100 PROCESS TECHNOLOGY BOOKS (Limited Editions) Only photostat copy available ````` US $ Chemical/Jute/Pharma/ Drugs/Bio-Tech Hi-Tech Projects Detailed Project Profiles on Chemical Industries (Vol. II) 2nd Rev.Edn. 1695/- 150 Detailed Project Profiles on 9 Selected Chemical Industries 1095/- 100 Hand Book on 100% Export Oriented Jute & Jute Products (Eco Friendly Projects) 695/- 100 Investment Opportunity in Drugs & Pharmaceutical Projects 1895/- 150 Bio-Tech & Pharmaceutical HandBook 1895/- 200 Hand Book on Projects in Export Thrust Area with International Market Survey (Bio-Tech & Pharmaceutical Technology) 1095/- 100 Detailed Project Profiles on Selected Hi-Tech Projects (Project Reports) 795/- 100 Cereal Food/Food & Beverages/Dairy/Plantation/ AgroBased/Farming Manufacture of Food & Beverages (2nd Edn.) 1895/- 150 Detailed Project Profiles on Dairy & Dairy Products (2nd Edn.) 1495/- 150 Detailed Project Profiles on Plantation (Agro Based Projects) 1095/- 100 Profitable Agro Based Projects with Project Profiles (Cereal Food Technology) 1895/- 150 (2nd Rev. Edn.) Hand Book on Agro Based Industries (2nd Rev. Edn.) 1595/- 150 Profitable Farming & Allied Projects (2nd Rev. Edn.) 1495/- 150 release of surface pressure by contouring to the shape of the body. Latex foam rubber generally has a relatively high density and is soft, thus latex foam rubber can only be used in limited amounts in the production of bonded carpet cushion. • Latex Foam Producers has a high level of grip, some others are designed to offer maximum durability. The ability of Natural Rubber latex foam to recover from deformation opens up a possibility for new applications of latex foam based on products made from this NR latex foam type. For example, this NR latex foam can be employed in orthopedic applications, which usually utilize synthetic memory foam, for which this memory characteristic will allow the release of surface pressure by contouring to the shape of the body. USES AND APPLICATIONS The rubber latex pillows, mattresses, cushions, bedding etc. are used in luxury purposes. The latex foam mattresses are used for manufacturing of sheets in automobiles, cars, tempos, buses, jeeps, aero plane, etc. In hotel some time the floor mat are also used. The market for latex foam materials has grown tremendously in recent years. Foam rubber has had wide application in the bedding, furniture, and The global market for industrial rubber products is projected to increase 5.8 percent per year to $139.8 billion, accelerating from the growth rate. The Asia/ Pacific region, which represented 44 percent of the global market for industrial rubber products, is forecast to post the fastest gains of any region in near future. Cost Estimation Capacity : 10 MT/ day Plant & Machinery : Rs.4400 Lakhs Total Capital Investment : Rs.6700 Lakhs Rate of Return : 33% Break Even Point : 44% Latex (Rubber) Foam Product Latex foam rubber derives its physical performance properties from the vulcanization process that creates long molecular chains with strong cross linked bonds. The ability of NR latex foam to recover from deformation opens up a possibility for new applications of latex foam based on products made from this NR latex foam type. For example, this NR latex foam can be employed in orthopedic applications, which usually utilize synthetic memory foam, for which this memory characteristic will allow the
  5. 5. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013 5Visit us at : www.niir.org *The CompleteTechnology Book On Pulp & Paper Industries 1100/-125 *Handbook on Pulp and Paper Processing 1875/-150 AGRO BASED, CEREAL FOOD, MILK, COCOA, CHOCOLATE, ICE CREAM, PLANTATION, FARMING, FOOD & BEVERAGES, FRUITS, DAIRY, CONFECTIONERY, VEGETABLES, SPICES, OILS & FATS, BAKERY, SNACKS, FISHERIES, MEAT, COCONUTS *Cultivation Of Fruits, Vegetables And Floriculture 1100/-125 *Cultivation Of Tropical, Subtropical, Vegetables, Spices, Medicinal And Aromatic Plants 1075/- 125 *Tropical, Subtropical Fruits And Flowers Cultivation 1075/-125 *Food Packaging Technology Handbook (2nd Rev. Edn.) 1475/-150 *Modern Technology On Food Preservation (2nd Rev. Edn.) 1275/-125 *Modern Technology Of Food Processing & Agro Based Industries (2nd Edn.) 1575/-150 *Modern Technology Of Confectionery Industries With Formulae & Processes(2nd Rev.Edn.) 600/-100 *Modern Technology OfAgro Processing & Agricultural Waste Products 975/-100 *Handbook On Spices 975/- 100 *Modern Technology Of Oils, Fats & Its Derivatives 1100/-125 *Modern Technology Of Milk Processing & Dairy Products (3rd Rev.Edn.). 975/-100 *The Complete Technology Book On Dairy & Poultry Industries With Farming & Processing 2nd Revised Edition 1275/-125 *The Complete Technology Book Of Cocoa, Chocolate, Ice CreamAnd Other Milk Products 1275/-125 *The CompleteTechnology Book On Flavoured Ice Cream 975/-100 *Wheat, Rice, Corn, Oat, Barley And Sorghum Processing Handbook (Cereal Food Technology) 975/-100 *The Complete Book On Spices & Condiments (With Cultivation, Processing & Uses) 1500/-150 *The Complete Book On Coconut & Coconut Products (Cultivation And Processing) 1100/-125 *Rabbit, Goat, Sheep, Poultry, FishAnd Pig Farming With Feed Technology 1100/-125 *The CompleteTechnology Book On Bakery Products (2nd Edition) 1100/-125 *The Complete Technology Book On Snack Foods 975/-100 *The CompleteTechnology Book On Processing, Dehydration, Canning, Preservation Of Fruits & Vegetables 1575/-150 *Handbook On Fruits, Vegetables & Food Processing With Canning & Preservation(3rd Rev.Edn.) 1475/-150 *Handbook On FisheriesAndAquaculture Technology 1100/-125 *Fresh MeatTechnology Handbook 975/-100 *The Complete Book On Meat ProcessingAnd Preservation With Packaging Technology 975/-100 *Preservation Of Meat And Poultry Products 1100/-125 *Potato and Potato Products Cultivation, Seed Production, Manuring, Harvesting, Organic Farming, Storage and Processing 1275/-125 *Handbook on Rice Cultivation and Processing 1075/-125 *The Complete Technology Book on Meat, Poultry and Fish Processing 1075/-125 *The Complete Book on Beekeeping and Honey Processing 1075/-125 *The Complete Technology Book onAlcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Beverages 2575/-200 *Handbook on Citrus Fruits Cultivation and Oil Extraction 1575/- 150 *Fruits, Vegetables, Corn and Oilseeds Processing Handbook 1675/- 150 *Handbook on Spices and Condiments (Cultivation, Processing and Extraction) 1575/- 150 *Handbook on Fermented Foods and Chemicals 1875/- 150 *IndustrialAlcohol Technology Handbook 1675/- 150 *The Complete Book on Wine Production 2275/- 200 *Handbook on Milk and Milk Proteins 1275/- 125 *The Complete Book on Cultivation and Manufacture of Tea 1475/- 150 *The Complete Book on Sugarcane Processing and By-Products of Molasses (with Analysis of Sugar, Syrup and Molasses) 1675/- 150 for (flexible) is from furniture and automobile industries. Besides these sectors, there is demand for flexible foam for footwear lining, packaging, carpet backing etc. There is no data available for sector wise demand. However, a total estimated demand of main raw material consumption on end use pattern is available. Cost Estimation Capacity : 1 MT/ day Plant & Machinery : Rs.80 Lakhs Total Capital Investment : Rs.343 Lakhs Rate of Return : 43% Break Even Point : 38% Rubber Gaskets Agasket (correct terminology is a “joint” made from “jointing material”) is a mechanical seal which fills the space between two or more mating surfaces, generally to prevent leakage from or into the joined objects while under compression. It is usually desirable that the gasket be made from a material that is to some degree yielding such that it is able to deform and tightly fills the space it is designed for, including any slight irregularities. A few gaskets require an application of sealant directly to the gasket NAME OF BOOKS ````` /US$ PROCESS TECHNOLOGY BOOKS (Limited Editions) Only photostat copy available ````` US $ Plastics/Paints/Varnishes/ Automobile/Infrastructure/ Hospitality, Medical, Entertainment, Ware Housing & Real Estate Projects Detailed Project Profiles on Hi-Tech Plastic Products 795/- 110 Manufacture of Paint, Varnish & Allied Products 2nd Rev. Edn. 1495/- 150 Hand Book on Automobile & Allied Products (with Data Bank) 2nd Rev. Edn. 1495/- 150 Investment Opportunities in Infrastructure Projects 2500/- 225 Investment Opportunities in Hospitality, Medical, Entertainment, Ware Housing & Real Estate Projects 4408/- 350 You can deposit the amount in NPCS Account with ICICI Bank CA - 038705000543 HDFC BANK 03392320000423 automotive fields especially. In Bed Pillows this item has been widely accepted. They are produced by a large number of the accepted shape used for feather or down pillows, they are generally very soft, but not flabby, retain their shape without “fluffing,” and are particularly advantageous for allergy sufferers. The cushion of foam rubber are used in chairs, pillows, beddings, automobile furnitures etc. for luxurious living. Decorative Pillows are comparatively new application for foam, but is being received enthusiastically by the buying public. Decorative pillows have the same characteristics as bed pillows, but are made in a wide variety of sizes and shapes including square, round, rectangular, and triangular. MARKET SURVEY In India major consumers of foams are automobile industries for seat cushioning furniture, bedding pillow, cycle seat manufacturers and industrial insulation making industries. Therefore around 40- 50 indigenous manufacturer of polyurethane foams in the country. It is observed that out of all products, demand of polyurethane flexible foam is around 84 % of the total demand. Polymerization of urethane and foaming is done indigenously where as major raw material is polyols and isocynate and to some extent urethane are being imported. Major demand
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Among all gasket and sealing products, compression packings, body seals and expanded graphite gaskets will register the strongest growth through 2016. However, because of their much larger shares of overall demand, the motor vehicle and machinery industries will record much stronger increases in dollar terms. A rebound in motor vehicle production and a rise in the number of motor vehicles in use will fuel sales of related gasket and sealing products. In addition, the growing use of better performing, higher-priced gaskets and seals will further drive value gains. Increases in machinery gasket and seal demand will be supported by the existence of a large aftermarket, reflecting the harsh conditions that many machinery products operate in, and an increase in machinery outputs as capital expenditures rise. Cost Estimation Capacity : 200 kgs/ day Plant & Machinery : Rs.29 Lakhs Total Capital Investment : Rs.165 Lakhs Rate of Return : 44% Break Even Point : 50% surface to function properly. Rubber seal materials are normally chosen on the basis of chemical compatibility with the fluid being transferred, but even if seal and fluid are chemically compatible, they can still interact physically, leading to leakage. Fluid sealing technology is based on principles as diverse as lubrication, friction, wear, properties of materials, mechanical design, fluid mechanics and heat transfer. All of these factors are to be considered and studied in depth in designing different types of rubber seals, seal materials and sealing applications. USES AND APPLICATIONS It is mainly used between the pipe line to make leak proof alignment or joint. It is also widely used in automobiles. Fluid Restriction, Weather Insulation, Vibration Dampening, Electrical Absorption, Noise Reduction, Packaging and Cushioning. MARKET SURVEY Rebounds in construction expenditures and motor vehicle production, as well as positive outlooks for capital spending and machinery production, will benefit gasket and seal manufacturers. Increased use of better performing gaskets and seals made from advanced materials, which offer improved lifespans over traditional sealing materials, will also stimulate dollar growth. However, in the longer term this will
  7. 7. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013 7Visit us at : www.niir.org TYRES for Truck, Lorry, Bus, Car & Cycle The tyre industry is the largest part of the rubber manufacturing industry, infact it is so large that it is often classed as an industry in its own right. It absorbs well over two thirds of all natural rubber production and almost as large a proportion of synthetic rubber manufacture. In much of the innovation in the wider rubber industry both in terms of material and in terms of manufacturing emanates from the tyre industry. Light vehicle tyre and heavy truck and machinery tyre are both part of the tyre market but differ in their composition and manufacturing process. Hence light vehicle tyres are particularly passenger’s car tyre. Advances in tyre materials, tyre constructions and tyre manufacturing technology have led to new types of products and the development of new market segments. Tyre manufacturing technology has progressed in parallel with tyre construction technology so that tyres are now designed not only to meet specific performance targets, but also to enable improved ‘manufacturability’, i.e., more efficient, lower cost and more uniform production. USES AND APPLICATIONS High performance tyres are designed for use at higher speeds, and more often, a more “sporty” driving style. They feature a softer rubber compound for improved traction, especially on high speed cornering. Tyres are used in large numbers on automobiles, truks, aircraft and bicycle. . Whole tyres have been used with considerable success to create artificial reefs and erosion barriers, sea-walls and off-coast breakwaters. In both sea and fresh water harbours, tyres are used as boat fenders, absorbing the shock from moving boats to protect the hulls and sea walls, particularly during storms. The use of whole, shredded, or granulated tyres in construction projects including the manufacture of noise absorbers for tram or rail lines, underlayments for roads, drainage areas, porous asphalt mix, among others. • All-terrain tyres are typically used on SUVs and for light trucks . Used tyres can be incinerated; they are an efficient fuel source for steam in the generation of electricity. High temperature burning means no black smoke, but keep in mind that some sulfur goes into a tyre rubber compound. It is converted to sulfur dioxide during incineration. Scrubbers are available for removal of this gas. 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Cost Estimation Capacity : 13475 Nos./ day Plant & Machinery : Rs.409 Lakhs Total Capital Investment : Rs.17073 Lakhs Rate of Return : 56% Break Even Point : 20% Rubber Compound Toys (using Plaster of Paris) Rubber toys are one of the cheaper and best substitutes of electronic toys, plastic toy and other type of toys. Two types of hollow rubber toys of various sizes can be made by plaster casting process depending on the type of rubber used viz. Hard and soft. The rubber toys are flexible in nature. So it does not break even in fall sown on The Indian tyre industry has come of age with the manufacture of almost all types of tyres. The industry has an estimated turnover of close to Rs 200 bn. It is made up of 40 players with an installed capacity of 57.3 mn tyres. The industry claims a perceptible export market. The truck and bus segment is a major constituent (by value) of the tyre industry, accounting for over two-third of the total value of the industry. The upsurge in demand has generally helped the performance of tyre majors such as MRF, Apollo Tyres and Ceat. About two-thirds of the demand for truck tyres flows from the replacement market. The demand of tyres flows from three segments-original equipment manufacturers, re- placements and exports. Of the three, the replacement market is the primary source of demand, followed by the equipment manufacturers (OEM) segment and exports. The persistent pressure on the public transport system and an ever-growing urban middle class has resulted in a steady demand for two-wheelers and passenger cars. 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Rattlers, pull carts, dolls, stackers, building blocks, stuffed toys, train sets and various toys are the child’s best friend during the long, hot and dreary summer break. Interestingly these products have varied range of traditional Indian toys that are slowly coming back into vogue, courtesy a makeover. The elasticity and resilience of our natural and synthetic rubber products make them ideal for use in toys, sports and fitness applications. . A simplest rubber compound contains: Rubber, Curing agent (Sulphur), Activator, Accelerator and Compounding Ingredients. MARKET SURVEY The Indian toy industry is estimated at about 850 million US dollars and until now has generated only 0.5 per cent of the global market. The growth of around 15 per cent promises to rapidly raise this figure, especially in the context of the growing middle class and the increasing willingness to spend money on luxury goods. Indian Toy industry is large and growing which needs more organized approach to face the challenges of factor distribution & marketing. Many of these toys are usually imported through Dubai & Malaysia. The Chinese toy market is also flooding the domestic market but Indian markets still have design or modification to some games that reflect Indian taste in them which is absolutely true. Social relevance is majorly used as a factor that is being used. B Since the last four or five years the Indian Toy Industry has shown a healthy growth rate. The market is growing at 15% to 20% per annum, which is a sound situation and it is further is estimated to grow for least five or six years. As Indian market is highly price sensitive, the reduction in prices of the products would contribute to increase in the sales. 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  10. 10. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013Visit us at : www.niir.org10 Rubber Floor Mats Arubber mat is a generic term for a piece of flat rubber, generally placed on a floor or other flat surface, which serves a range of purposes including: providing a regular or flat surface, such as a mousepad protecting that which is beneath the mat, such as a place mat or the matting used in archival framing and preservation of documents and paintings, protecting that which is above the mat, such as a wrestling or gymnastics mat, or an anti-vibration mat, changing the state of that which passes above it, such as a doormat attracting dirt from shoes. Using rubber mats for flooring and matting provide the benefits of safety, being environmentally friendly, and comfort. .It is non-corrosive, non-conductor, easy handling material. It is not effected by water. It is flamable and heat sensitive. It can be easily cut out by using sharp edge knife. It is easily deformable. It can be stored at room temperature. The drainage mats are anti-microbial treated to guard against degradation from micro-organisms and minimizes the mats from being a source of odors. These rainage Rubber Mats are ideal for: entrances, kitchens/food processing areas, work stations, walk-in refrigerators, suanas and locker rooms. USES AND APPLICATIONS Rubber floor mat is very much used for automobiles. e.g. cars, trucks, buses, scooters, etc. for serving as floor mat. Rubber floor mat is also used in the automatic detector centre. Rubber mat also used as insulator in the high voltage floor section or lab. Rubber mat or rubber sheet is also used for making rubber roll. Rubber mat also used in the printing roll section. Rubber mat also used in the manufacturing of machinery in the compression machinery. It is used in the airports, halls and auditorium. It is used in the hospitals, computer rooms, assembly workshop. Rubber matting is becoming increasingly popular as a form of bedding or a bedding base. Cost Estimation Capacity : 2 MT/ day Plant & Machinery : Rs.27 Lakhs Total Capital Investment : Rs.389 Lakhs Rate of Return : 48% Break Even Point : 34% Rubber Compounding forAutomobile Industry Compounding, a term that has evolved within the tire and rubber industry, is the materials science of modifying a rubber or elastomeric or a blend of polymers and other materials to optimize properties to meet a given service application or set of performance parameters. Compounding is therefore a complex multidisciplinary science necessitating knowledge of materials physics, organic and polymer chemistry, inorganic chemistry, and chemical reaction kinetics. compounding consists of specifying the type and amount of the various ingredients in a mixture, the manner of mixing processing of the finished mix and the method of vulcanization and the requirement of end product. The primary requirement of adding different compounding ingredients to develop a technical rubber compound is to meet different service needs at an economic price and to provide certain desired physical properties. USES AND APPLICATIONS Rubber Compounding for automobile is used for making Tyres for Aircrafts, Buses, cars, bicycles etc. Rubber compounds are use in car industry for manufacturing various items such as seals, diaphragms, sleeves, bellows, grommets, sealing profiles, pedals, hoses, transmission belts, etc. Beside its use in automobile industry other uses of Rubber Compounds include: in manufacturing of tubes, in oil resistance, used in house hold appliances. Some examples of rubber products are seals, diaphragms, grommets, shock absorbers, sleeves, hoses, outlets, in offering resistance against abrasion and toughness etc. MARKET SURVEY Following the liberalisation of the Indian economy in early 1990s and particularly after the opening up of the auto sector to the global players, the end of the decade presented a vastly transformed scenario for the industry. The industry has witnessed technology and product upgradation to world-class standards accompanied by intensive competition. India is striving to emerge as a substantial exporter of vehicles. Currently, exports make up for 10% of BOOKSONELECTROPLATING,ANODIZING, PHOSPHATING,POWDERCOATING Electroplating, Anodizing& Metal Treatment Hand Book ` 1475/- US$ 150 TheComplete Technology Book on ELECTROPLATING, PHOSPHATING, POWDER COATING AND METAL FINISHING ` 1100/- US$ 125 Cultivation and Processingof Selected MedicinalPlants ` 1175/- US$ 125 HAND BOOK ON HERBS CULTIVATION AND PROCESSING ` 875/- US$ 100 BOOKONCULTIVATIONOFHERBS/MEDICINALANDAROMATICPLANTS HEARBS CULTIVATION & MEDICINAL USES / ` 975/- US$ 100 AromaticPlants CULTIVATION, PROCESSING AND USES ` 975/- US$ 100 Compendium Of Herbal Plants ` 975/- US$ 100 TheComplete TechnologyBookon Flavours, Fragrances and Perfumes ` 1675/- US$ 150 HerbsCultivation &TheirUtilization ` 800/- US$ 100 MedicinalPlants Cultivation & Their Uses ` 975/- US$ 100 CULTIVATION AND UTILIZATION OF AROMATIC PLANTS ` 1100/- US$ 125
  11. 11. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013 11Visit us at : www.niir.org overall sales. With the waning of interest by industrial countries in auto industry, conditions are propitious for the shift of production bases to countries like India. It is believed that for all auto majors, India is ideally positioned to become a major production base for the ASEAN region. Cost Estimation Capacity : 32 MT/ day Plant & Machinery : Rs.52 Lakhs Total Capital Investment : Rs.3032 Lakhs Rate of Return : 53% Break Even Point : 22% Activated Carbon from Coconut Shell Activated carbon in any form of carbon shows high absorptivity for gases, vapours and colloidal solids in either the gas ion or liquid phase. It is available in many forms such as pellets, granules and in powder form. Activated carbon is very important chemical has wide application and employed by numerous industries which require absorption of certain gases and vapours in purification, in catalytic chemical reactions, decolorisation of vegetable oil and sugar solutions. Activated carbons have a large surface area, liquid phase activated carbons are light in weight, fluffy powder while gas phase activated carbons are hard and are in the form of pellets. Industrial activated carbons in the forms of pellets, granules or fine powders, and with many industrial applications, are now on the market under different trade names. Absorption on activated carbon is selective, favouring monopolar overpolar substances, and in a homogenous serious, generally improving with increasing boiling point. Absorption is also improved with increased pressure and reduced temperature. Following industries are the major consumers of Activated carbon:Edible Oil Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry, Beverage Industry, Water treatment plant/water purification plant, Sugar Industries and Solvent recovery unit. USES AND APPLICATIONS For Purification of liquids, the powdered form of activated carbon is added to the liquid to be purified and the mixture is agitated and finally filtered. Granulated activated carbons are used for purification of gases or liquids and are used in a vertical carbon packed column. It is also used in Removing or improving the colour and flavour of edible materials, such as agar, beer, cider, wines whisky, vinegar, fruit juices, gelatine, pectin, and cocoa butter, removing colour, odour grease and colloids from dry cleaning fluids such as naphtha, gasoline, carbon tetrachloride, etc., removing oil and grease from boiler feed water and electroplating solutions, preparation of biological products like vitamins hormones, and enzymes etc. Activated carbons have been used as carriers for catalyst in the manufacture of chlorinated hydrocarbons. They are used as catalytic dehydrogenation agents in the production of ketones from higher alcohols. Activated carbons finds application in the preparation of pills and digestive tablets. Its adsorptive properties are utilized in the treatment of alments of the stomach due to hyper acidity. It removes toxic amines, organic acids of decomposed foods, and probably also bacteria from the intestinal tract. Large doses, either alone or mixed with kaoline, are administered for diarrhoea. Cost Estimation Capacity : 10 MT/ day Plant & Machinery : Rs.324 Lakhs Cost Of Project : Rs.667 Lakhs Rate of Return : 42% Break Even Point : 76% AUTOMOBILETYRES for Trucks, Buses and Lorries Advances in tyre materials, tyre constructions and tyre manufacturing technology have led to new types of products and the development of new market segments. Tyre manufacturing technology has progressed in parallel with tyre construction technology so that tyre is now designed not only to meet specific performance targets, but also to enable improved ‘manufacturability’, i.e., more efficient, lower cost and more uniform production. The tyre and tubes are very important rubber products and widely used everywhere in the world. Now there is a great change in the raw materials consumption which varies according to the tyre and tube application such as tractor tyre, truck and Airoplane tyre. There are used in vehicles for comfortable side and low power consumption. Various types of tyre are available namely pneumatic solid tyre. USES AND APPLICATIONS High performance tyres are designed for use at higher speeds, and more often, a more “sporty” driving style. They feature a softer rubber compound for improved traction, especially on high speed cornering. Tyre are used in large numbers on automobiles, truks, aircraft and bicycle.End-of-life tyre in whole, cut or stamped form can be used in many environmentally sound applications to take advantage of their shape, sound and impact absorption properties and/or material characteristics. As a particular example, whole tyres are used frequently in coastal protection projects. Whole tyres have been used with considerable success to create artificial reefs and erosion barriers, sea-walls and off-coast breakwaters. In both sea and fresh water harbours, tyres are used as boat fenders, absorbing the shock from moving boats to protect the hulls and sea walls, particularly during storms.Cut, chunked and shredded tyre also BOOKSONESSENTIALOILS&PERFUMES EssentialOils Handbook ` 1275/- US$ 125 MODERNTECHNOLOGYOF PERFUMES, FLAVOURS & ESSENTIAL OILS (2nd Edition) ` 1100/- US$ 125 TheComplete Technology Book ofEssentialOils (Aromatic Chemicals) ` 1275/- US$ 125 TheComplete Technology Book of Herbal Perfumes & Cosmetics (2nd Revised Edn.) ` 1275/- US$ 125 Perfumes and Flavours Technology Handbook ` 1875/- US$ 150 The Complete Book on Water Soluble Polymers ` 1575/- US$ 150 POLYMERS
  12. 12. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013Visit us at : www.niir.org12 used as a principal material on building riverbank protections, reversing and preventing erosion particularly in swift water areas. MARKET SURVEY The Indian tyre industry has come of age with the manufacture of almost all types of tyres. The truck and bus segment is a major constituent (by value) of the tyre industry, accounting for over two- third of the total value of the industry. The upsurge in demand has generally helped the performance of tyre majors such as MRF, Apollo Tyres and Ceat. The industry has, in the recent years, been quick in absorbing and adapting the cross-ply technology as well. The conventional bias technology is almost out globally and even earlier version of cross-ply is becoming obsolete. Although the global majors had operated for a long time, their upgraded technological capabilities ceased to flow to the Indian industry. In the recent years, the tyre industry has been witnessing structural changes. Global majors like Bridgestone have commissioned production facilities in India. Continental has taken equity stake in an existing Indian major thus making a direct entry into the market - a shift from being only a technology supplier so far. Cost Estimation Capacity : 1600 Nos./ day Plant & Machinery : Rs.204 Lakhs Total Capital Investment : Rs.8174 Lakhs Rate of Return : 54% Break Even Point : 21% Mild Steel Rolled Products Mild steel is the least expensive of all steel and the most common steel used. Used in nearly every type of product created from steel, it is weldable, very hard and, although it easily rusts, very durable. Containing a maximum of 0.29% carbon, this type of steel is able to be magnetized and used in almost any project that requires a vast amount of metal. Its structural strength prevents it from being used to create load-bearing girders and structural beams. Most of the TMT bars in the world is created using mild steel. This allows the bars to not only be easily welded into place, but also lets the bar flex and avoid cracking and breaking under pressure. Mild Steel Flats are basically thin strips of mild steel with the thickness of the strip varying commonly from 12mm to 100mm though thicker flats are also available. Flat bars may be considered the most basic of steel structures. Its applications range from construction to machine fabrication. TMT means Thermo mechanically treated steel its a new-generation-high-strength steel having superior properties such as weldability, strength, ductility and bendability meeting highest quality standards at international level. USES AND APPLICATIONS TMT Bars have excellent ductility and higher fatigue strength, which make them suitable for structures and foundations that are subject to dynamic and seismic loading. Mild Steel Products are used in following industrial segments: • Boilers & Furnaces, Power Transmission Line Towers and distribution, Communication Towers, Material Handling Equipment, Automobile parts, Bus Bodies & Trailors Manufacturers, Fabrication for general purpose, EOT cranes, Elevators and Escalators, Multistory car parking systems, Industrial floor gratings, Scaffolding, Agriculture equipments and implements, Railway components, Electrification projects, Poles, Earthing, Genset frames, Crash guards and railings for highway, Windmills & it’s accessories, Profile cutting, Electrical panels and capacitors, Ship building, Factory and Warehousing sheds,Gratings etc. MARKET SURVEY The growth in construction activity and infrastructure projects in India has buoyed the demand for steel industry. There is a demand for steel products such has Thermo Mechanically Treated (TMT) Bars, Structural steel viz., angles, plates, channels, rounds etc. Some steel experts are of the opinion that, flat products play a vital role in the economic development of a country. As economy matures, the purchasing power of the people increases, resulting in enhanced demand for automobiles and consumer goods as well as an increased use in infrastructural projects. These experts also maintain that the use of flat products in India should go over 60 percent of total finished steel consumption in the country. Steel is one of the most common materials in the world and is a major component in buildings, infrastructure, tools, ships, automobiles, machines, and appliances. It is environment friendly, can be recycled and requires considerably less energy to produce than some other metals. Leading investors have their eyes set on the huge mineral deposits. 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  13. 13. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013 13Visit us at : www.niir.org Cost Of Project : Rs.8580 Lakhs Rate of Return : 38% Break Even Point : 57% AAC Blocks (Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Blocks) Fly Ash Based Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) is a non- combustible, lime-based, cementitious building material that is expanding into new worldwide markets. As a single-component building material, AAC has achieved acceptance in new markets throughout the world. The AAC has the features of light bulk density, good thermal insulation properties and sound- absorption, certain strength and process ability, and its raw materials is very rich, especially the reuse of fly ash enables the comprehensive utilization of industrial residue, curbs environmental pollution, no destroy on farmland, create good social and economic benefits. AAC is an ideal alternative of the traditional clay brick wall materials. AAC Blocks have Good heat insulation and humid retention. They are non- flammable. Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) products are 4 times lighter in weight than ordinary concrete. Its characteristic structure comprising millions of tiny pores, it offers optimum solidity at low weight. USES AND APPLICATIONS AAC products are equally suitable for residential construction, multistory buildings, commercial, and industrial construction. The products are made of natural materials: sand, lime, and water. These raw materials are processed to provide a building material with a large number of air pores; hence, aerated concrete. Fine pores (nearly 70% of the product) and the solid structure of calcium silicate hydrate gives AAC its exceptional material properties. They are fire proof and provide insulation. Its low density permits use in larger building units which serves as a distinct advantage in pre fabrication. Appreciable savings are effected in foundation loads in multi-storeyed construction. It is therefore being used increasingly as walling units in some developed countries. MARKET SURVEY The autoclaved aerated concrete sector of the construction industry is now in the phase of a tremendous growth cycle. The autoclaved aerated concrete industry must utilize competitive techniques as customers are looking for lowered costs. AAC is not a new building system but it is new to India. Autoclaved aerated concrete (“AAC”), though relatively unknown in India, is currently one of the many building products being touted as “green” or “environmentally friendly.” There will be phenomenal growth in autoclaved aerated industry in the near future. Autoclaved aerated concrete blocks having different architectural finishes and color will also play a prominent role in near future. With a high growing good infrastructure and urbanization, the autoclaved aerated concrete Industry is poised for growth in the near future. Cost Estimation Capacity : 500 CUM/Day Plant & Machinery : Rs.1117 Lakhs Cost Of Project : Rs. 1886 Lakhs Rate of Return : 36% Break Even Point : 39% Dextrose Powder Dextrose (or D-Glucose) is a simple hexose mono-saccharide sugar. It is the natural form of Glucose. Dextrose is offered at a very high grade of purity. Its empirical formula is C6 H12 O6 . Dextrose is used as a source of energy to cultivate microorganisms and for fermentation studies. Dextrose is incorporated into many culture media formulae, such as those employed in the selective isolation of enterobacteriaceae. Dextrose is obtained from starches or cellulose. The raw materials can be corn, rice, potatoes or many other vegetables. Dextrose Monohydrate is the crystalline form of glucose, it is a source of carbohydrate energy. Dextrose is commercially available in monohydrate or anhydrate form, termed Dextrose Monohydrate or Dextrose Anhydrate, respectively. USES AND APPLICATIONS Dextrose can be used in food applications, pharmaceutical, chemical and animal feed. Dextrose is used in cold brines, curing salts and meat maturing preparations. In dairy desserts, dextrose can replace 10-15% of the sucrose without BOOKSONAGRICULTURE The Complete Book on Jatropha (Bio- Diesel)with Ashwagandha, Stevia, Brahmi & Jatamansi Herbs (Cultivation, Processing & Uses) ` 1500/- US$ 150 CULTIVATION OF FRUITS VEGETABLES AND FLORICULTURE ` 1100/- US$ 125 Handbook on RiceCultivation and Processing ` 1075/- US$ 125 The Complete Book on Coconut & Coconut Products (Cultivation and Processing) ` 1100/- US$ 125 Cultivation of Tropical Subtropical Vegetables, Spices, Medicinaland AromaticPlants ` 1075/- US$ 125 TheComplete Technology Book on Meat, Poultry and Fish Processing ` 1075/- US$ 125 Tropical, SubtropicalFruits &Flowers Cultivation ` 1075/- US$ 125 HANDBOOK ON Mushroom Cultivation and Processing (with Dehydration, Preservation and Canning) ` 1275/- US$ 125 TheComplete Book on Beekeeping and Honey Processing ` 1075/- US$ 125 SMALLSCALE INDUSTRY(SSI) Profitable Cottage and Tiny Industries ` 475/- US$ 50 Profitable SmallScale Industries ` 475/- US$ 50
  14. 14. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013Visit us at : www.niir.org14 Rate of Return : 35% Break Even Point : 44% Tissue Paper Paper is one of the necessities of civilization and it is almost impossible to imagine the continuance of a world without the printed books and newspapers. People require paper to meet the basic needs of modern life because it has many diverse uses. Modern paper is made from cellulose derived from a limited numbers of plants, the fibres being mixed with sufficient water to render possible formation of a continuous sheet of paper of uniform thickness. Tissue paper kitchen towels and napkins (hereafter, kitchen towels and napkins) are multifunctional products. Their main use is for hygiene and cleaning purposes, and they are not specifically intended for contact with foodstuffs. USES AND APPLICATIONS Tissue paper is used in a wide variety of arts and crafts. It is used in college, mosaics, stamping, gift- wrapping, papier-mâché, ornaments, garlands, paper flowers, paper sculpture. Some tissue paper is guaranteed not to bleed, and some is designed to bleed so that water can be applied and the color used to create artistic effects. Napkins are manufactured from Tissues. Paper Napkin age becoming popular with catering Industry due to its manifold uses. These are absorbent, hygienic light and can be had with attractive printing. Facial Tissue paper though recently introduced in Indian market is fast becoming popular with the public. The following brief utility of paper napkins obtained from Tissue paper may be enumerated. Toilet tissues are becoming immensely used for sanction by almost all the big hotels, restaurants, cinema & houses etc. MARKET SURVEY The world consumption of paper and paperboard is estimated at over 300 mn tonne a year. It is constituted broadly of 30% of cultural papers (writing and printing), 14% of newsprint, and the balance of kraft and packaging paper including paperboards. The Indian production is about 2 to 3% of the global total. The overall value of the market is estimated at Rs 250 bn. The domestic demand for paper is growing at around 8% for the last couple of years in line with GDP growth. . The consumption of paper products is growing at a fast pace of around 6.5% and is expected affecting flavor. In sauces it can be used to vary sweetness and taste perception. In ice cream, dextrose can lower the freezing point by twice the extent given by sucrose. It can be used in energy drinks, being rapidly assimilated by micro-organisms in the small intestine. It is also used as bulking agent and sweetener in powdered drinks. Due to its total ferment ability, dextrose can be used as a priming agent in brewing. It is widely used in chewing gum as an enhancer of fruit flavors. In the production of tablets, dextrose gives a fresh sensation, because it dissolves pleasantly on the tongue. It provides excellent, stable crunchiness with a pleasant cooling effect. Dextrose reduces sweetness while retaining energy value and glazing capacity. It is used as diluents for tablets and in rehydration salts to replenish water and mineral reserves. Dextrose can be used as a hydrophilic agent in the synthesis of biodegradable non-ionic surfactants. Dextrose is used also as a weak reducing agent in the dyestuff industry. Dextrose provides a highly assailable form of energy; it is a soluble carrier for special substance which requires to be diluted into the drinking water. MARKET SURVEY The demand for dextrin and dextrose is highly influenced by the growth of the manufacturing sectors mainly textiles, glass, printing ink, food, soft drink, tanning, tobacco and the like. The manufacturing sector has been growing by more than 6% in the past few years. Assuming the past trend will continue in the future, an annual average growth rate of 6% is applied to forecast the future demand by taking the current effective demand as a base. Starch and its derivatives have emerged as the most promising environment-friendly ingredient over the years and offers varied application benefits in both food as well as non-food industries. There has been a steady increase in demand of starch in food & beverage industry due to high prices of sugar. Now, as Pharmaceutical industry is having a soaring business, so will be the dextrose business. Dextrose is used as energy providing ingredient to sick people. So, the industries related producing dextrose will have a huge profitable business. 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  15. 15. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013 15Visit us at : www.niir.org to further go up in future. The industry now uses three sources of raw materials - recycled paper, wood and agro based, and waste. Major players from the paper industry had lined up close to $2.5 bn worth of investment. Cost Estimation Capacity : 6 MT/ day Plant & Machinery : Rs.53 Lakhs Cost Of Project : Rs. 347 Lakhs Rate of Return : 29% Break Even Point : 60% Ready to Eat Food (Retort Packaging) (Vegetable Pulao, Dal Makhani, Palak, Rajmah, Potato Peas & Mutter Mushroom ) Ready to Eat Meals like already cooked or prepared lunch & dinner are relatively new products which came in market only a few years back and are now sold through retail general stores in especially made sealed aluminum laminates. The retorting or sterilization process ensures the stability of the Ready-to-Eat foods in retort pouches, on the shelf and at room temperature. The retort processed foods do not require rehydration or cooking and can be consumed straight from the pouch with or without pre-warming, depending upon the requirement of the users and the weather conditions. In order to produce high quality safe Retort Food, it is very important to optimize the retort processing. The product should be sterilized properly to make sure that it is safe for consumption. At the same time, it should not be over cooked or over processed. Because over sterilization kills the taste and food appeal of the product. TYPES OF READY TO EAT FOOD The vegetarian food includes- Alloo Matar, Palak paneer, Sarso Ka Saag Karahi, Chana Masala, Kadi Pakora, Cheese Tomato, Dal Makhani, Rajamah etc. The non-vegetarian food includes- Chicken Curry , Butter Chicken, Chicken, Mughalai Chicken, Mutton Masala, Mutton Korma etc. MARKET SURVEY The food processing industry has been slated for accelerated growth. It is projected to be a futuristic industry and it is anticipated that, over the years, it will emerge as a leading player in the global markets. As a result, the industry is seen to be witnessing feverish activity. The size of the processed food market is estimated to be over Rs 110 bn and is growing at 10 to 15% per annum. The Rs 4000-bn food market in India has been growing at the rate of 6.5% a year. The true potential of the food processing industry is slowly being realised. This is reflected in the fact that the government has classified food processing industry as a thrust area. The popularity of ready to eat packed food now is no longer marks a special occasion. People want value for time, money in terms of quality and variety. The food processing industry is one of the largest industries in India. The ready-to- eat (RTE) sector in the Indian food industry is taking off in no small way, thanks to escalating demand from urban Indians with hectic schedules and others looking for convenient choices, authentic tastes and entrées on the go. This demand for ready-to-eat meals is also propelling interest and investment in India’s fledgling food processing sector, with allied businesses in cold chain and logistics also set to grow tremendously. Cost Estimation Capacity Vegetable Pulao : 3,000 kgs/day Dal Makhani : 2,000 kgs/day Palak : 600 kgs/day Rajmah : 700 kgs/day Potato Peas : 600 kgs/day Mutter Mushroom : 250 kgs/day Plant & Machinery : Rs.595Lakhs Cost Of Project : Rs.998 Lakhs AGROBASED,MILK,FARMING,FRUITS,POTATO, DAIRY,VEGETABLES,SPICES,OILS&FATS,TEA Handbook on CitrusFruits Cultivation and OilExtraction ` 1575/- US$ 150 Fruits, Vegetables, Corn and Oilseeds Processing Handbook ` 1675/- US$ 150 TheComplete Book on Cultivation and Manufacture of Tea ` 1475/- US$ 150 Handbook on Spices and Condiments (Cultivation, Processing and Extraction) ` 1575/- US$ 150 Potato and Potato ProductsCultivation, Seed Production, Manuring,Harvesting, OrganicFarming, Storage and Processing ` 1275/- US$ 125 Handbook on Milk and MilkProteins ` 1275/- US$ 125 The Complete Book on Sugarcane Processing and By-Products ofMolasses (with Analysis of Sugar, Syrup and Molasses) ` 1675/- US$ 150 GLASS, CERAMICS,MINERALS, MINERAL PROCESSING&RAREEARTHMETALSANDALLOYS TheComplete Book on Glass Technology ` 1625/- US$ 150 TheComplete Technology Book onMinerals& MineralProcessing ` 2200/- US$ 200 Handbook on Rare Earth Metals and Alloys (Properties, Extraction, Preparationand Applications) ` 1875/- US$ 150 Handbook on Oleoresin and Pine Chemicals(Rosin, TerpeneDerivatives, TallOil,Resin&Dimer Acids) ` 2200/- US$ 200 Handbook on TallOilRosin Production, Processing and Utilization ` 1575/- US$ 150 OLEORESINANDPINECHEMICALS(ROSIN,ERPENE DERIVATIVES,TALLOIL,RESIN&DIMERACIDS BAMBOOPLANTATION Bamboo Plantation and Utilization Handbook ` 1475/- US$ 150
  16. 16. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013Visit us at : www.niir.org16 Rate of Return : 32% Break Even Point : 49% Cigarette Acigarette is a small cylinder of finely cut tobacco leaves rolled in thin paper for smoking. The cigarette is ignited at one end and allowed to smolder; its smoke is inhaled from the other end, which is held in or to the mouth and in some cases a cigarette holder may be used as well. Most modern manufactured cigarettes are filtered and include reconstituted tobacco and other additives. The term cigarette, as commonly used, refers to a tobacco cigarette. A cigarette is distinguished from a cigar by its smaller size, use of processed leaf, and paper wrapping, which is normally white, though other colors are occasionally available. Cigarette papers, side-seam adhesives, monogram inks, filtration material, filter papers and filter adhesives, all make up the non-tobacco components of a cigarette. The ingredients found in these components are purchased from a number of different suppliers. These independent companies treat the composition of such materials as confidential for competitive reasons. MARKET SURVEY India is the fourth largest consumer of tobacco in the world. Many types of tobacco are grown in India (not all are used for cigarettes). Of the total production, about 30% is of flue-cured Virginia (FCV) and the rest is non-Virginia type. The later variety is used for bidis, natu, burley, chewing, hookah, cigar and snuff varieties. Cigarettes are now allowed to be imported freely into the country after paying the prescribed import duty.This unique Indian tobacco consumption pattern is a combination of tradition and more importantly the tax imposed on cigarettes over the last two decades. Cigarette smokers pay almost 85% of the total tax revenues generated from tobacco. World over, tobacco is synonymous with cigarettes which account for about 80% of the total tobacco consumption. The consumption pattern in India is in sharp contrast with the world consumption pattern. Cost Estimation Capacity : 288000 Packets/ day Plant & Machinery : Rs.339 Lakhs Cost Of Project : Rs. 1559 Lakhs Rate of Return : 33% Break Even Point : 47% Dehydration of Onion and Garlic Dehydration technology is well established and proven. Certain products like green peas, cauliflower, carrots, spinach etc. command good prices during lean and off-season. . Drying is one of the oldest methods of food preservation. Drying preserves foods by removing enough moisture from food to prevent decay and spoilage. Drying is highly energy consuming unit operation. . Dehydration of vegetables by sun-drying is the oldest known method. Now modern techniques have been developed for dehydration of vegetables. The domestic garlic-dehydration industry takes meticulous measures to ensure an outstanding dried garlic product. The main advantages of dehydrated onions are that they are easy to store, being lighter in weight and smaller in bulk than fresh or other processed onions. USES AND APPLICATIONS The use and appluactions of dehydrated vegetables are in Pizza and other fast food, snack foods, food service packs, stuffing mixes, pickled products, meat products, sea food products, gravies, canned foods, salad dressing, dips, bottle packs, pet food, rice mixes, soups, potato salad, seasoning, wet and dry salsa, specialty foods, curry powder, bakery topping, gourmet sauces, seasoning and in many other snacks or as ingredients. Dried Garlic is used in pet foods and snacks. Dried garlic has been used as a cough syrup, when rehydrated in equal parts water and sweetened to taste with a little bit of honey. Some people mix dried garlic to a bath of warm water in order to improve an athlete’s foot condition etc. MARKET SURVEY With growing incomes, changing lifestyles and hectic daily schedule, market for dehydrated vegetables is growing especially in urban areas. Proper placement of products in the departmental stores, super markets, shopping malls etc. backed-up by publicity is the key to success. India is also a prominent exporter of dried and preserved vegetables to the world. The country has exported 1,38,464,00 MT of dried and preserved vegetables to the world for the worth of Rs. 700.20 crores during the year 2011- 12. Food processing industry in India is growing at 14% annum. . It is estimated that potential for processed foods is estimated to reach from Rs 8,200- billion in 2009-10 to Rs13, 500-billion by 2014-15. The Indian food production is estimated at 500 million tonnes and food processing industry has immense potential. India is a large and growing market for food products as it is growing at about 1.6% annum. Cost Estimation Capacity Dehydrated Onion : 4.0 MT/Day Dehydrated Garlic : 5.6 MT/Day Plant & Machinery : Rs.82 Lakhs Cost Of Project : Rs. 469 Lakhs Rate of Return : 32% Break Even Point : 55% Corn Flakes Corn flakes being one of most nutritious foods and is consumed as breakfast food not only in India but-elsewhere in the world. Corn flakes have very good taste. Though several other breakfast cereals are also available in the market but they are still to gain popularity. Besides the good taste, crispy nature, corn flakes are also popular because of their friable texture, blend flavour and above all the ease with which it can be prepared for consumption. Corn Flakes can be manufactured either of the two white or yellow corns. The only difference is that flake formed using yellow corn is more dark in colour. Both types of corn are grown in India. These days, predominantly, hybrid type of yellow corn is used as raw material for the manufacture of corn flakes. MARKET SURVEY At present, there are only few leading companies engaged in the manufacture of corn flakes to cater to the needs of the upper and affluent classes of society. It is estimated that about 500 tons of corn flakes are produced annually in our country. As it is a convenient breakfast food mainly consumed by the upper strata of the society, hoteliers, clubs, hospitals etc. The key trend in the last few years, which has driven the
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  18. 18. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013Visit us at : www.niir.org18 growth in the packaged breakfast market, is the busy urban lifestyles, be it wage earners, homemakers, adolescents or children, leading to a compromise in nutrition. There is a good scope to develop this important agro based food processing industry especially in the maize growing states to cater to the increasing demand of the metropolitan and industrialized cities. There is also a good scope of the export of this item in the Middle-East countries. Cost Estimation Capacity : 5 MT/Day Plant & Machinery : Rs.123 Lakhs Total Capital Investment : Rs. 592 Lakhs Rate of Return : 47% Break Even Point : 47% OxygenandNitrogenGasPlant Liquid oxygen must be handled with all the precaution required for safety with any cryogenic fluid. Gaseous Oxygen is authorized for shipment in cylinders, tank, and car and tube trailers. Liquid Oxygen is shipped as a cryogenic fluid in insulated cylinders, insulated tank trucks and insulated tank cars. Gaseous Nitrogen is non- corrosive and inert and may consequently contained in system constructed of any common metals and designed to withstand safely the pressure involved. At the temperature of liquid nitrogen, ordinary carbon steels and most alloy steels lose their ductility and are considered unsatisfactory for liquid nitrogen service. USES AND APPLICATIONS Applications of Oxygen include: It is used extensively in medicine for therapeutic purposes, for suscitation in asphyxia and with other gases in anaesthesia. It is also used in high altitude flying, deep sea diving, and as both an inhalant and power source in U.S apaces program. Industrial applications include its very wide utilization with acetylene, hydrogen and other fuel gases for such purposes as metal cutting, welding, hardening, scaring, cleaning and dehydrating. Oxygen helps increase the capacity of steel and iron furnaces on growing scale in the steel industry. One of its major uses is in the production of synthesis gas from coal, natural gas or liquid fuel. Synthesis gas is in turn use to make gasoline, methanol and ammonia. Oxygen is similarly employed in manufacturing some acetylene through partial oxidation of the hydrocarbons in methane. It is also used in the production of nitric acid, ethylene and other compounds in the chemical industry. Applications of Nitrogen include: Agitation of colour film solution in photographic processing, blanketing of oxygen sensitive liquids, and of volatile liquid chemicals, The deaeration of oxygen sensitive liquids, The degassing of non ferrous metals, It is used in food processing and packing, Inhibition of aerobic bacteria growth, Magnesium reduction of aluminium scrap, Pressurization of air craft tires and emergency bottles to open landing gear, Purging and filling of electronic devices,The purging and fillings of pipelines and related instruments and the treatment of alkyd resins in the paint industry etc. MARKET SURVEY The industrial gases industry covers several products: oxygen, nitrogen, dissolved acety-lene, argon, carbon dioxide, helium and hydrogen. These find applications in various industries, such as steel, light and heavy engineering, petrochemicals and fertilisers, chemicals and pharma-ceuticals and food processing, besides metal cutting and welding. Oxygen is a vital requirement in medicare. Steel and downstream industries use nearly three-fourths of the output.Unlike western countries, where the industrial gases are mostly produced by gas companies and supplied to large industrial consumers, in India, most of the large consumers of gases have set up their own captive plants. With the expansion in steel, petrochemicals, automobiles and glass Industries, the demand for merchant gas market is on the rise. Accordingly, the industry is structured into two broad segments: (a) the captive units set up by the users or by a gas producing com-pany at the site of the user; and (b) the independent market producers supplying gas in bulk or in cylinders to the users. Cost Estimation Capacity : 4152 cum/Day Plant & Machinery : Rs.105 Lakhs Cost Of Project : Rs. 286 Lakhs Rate of Return : 23% Break Even Point : 58% High Temperature Thinner Thinner is the solvent and thinner used with all types of lacquer, including nitrocellulose, CAB-acrylic and catalyzed. It’s the most interesting of the finish solvents because it’s composed of half-a-dozen or so individual solvents. Manufacturers vary these to control solvent strength and evaporation rate. 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  20. 20. ENTREPRENEUR INDIA, JUNE 2013Visit us at : www.niir.org20 Continue on page 32 used in lacquer thinners. Thinners are solvent mixtures known to dissolve paints. It is dangerous to expose oneself to them daily. They can be used to remove tar buildup and other known compounds alike. Paint thinners work mainly on paints for exterior usage only and should not be used as a furniture polish. USES AND APPLICATIONS The main uses of solvents and thinners are in paint and varnish industries. The thinners used are:- Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, as mineral spirit, naphtha, other petroleum fraction, Turpentine dipentenes, Aromatic hydrocarbons as tolueol, xylol, methylate naphthalene. Petroleum thinners are desirable because of their relatively low cost and their chemical inertness, which is indicated by the large proportion of saturated hydrocarbons that they contain. Petroleum thinners are mixtures of aliphatic naphthalene and to a less extent aromatic hydrocarbons and are obtained from the straight distillation of crude oil. Cost Estimation Capacity : 160 Drums( 25 Kg each)/Day Plant & Machinery : Rs.37 Lakhs Cost Of Project : Rs. 303 Lakhs Rate of Return : 35% Break Even Point : 70% Cellulose from Starch and CMC(CarboxymethylCellulose) and Poly Anionic Cellulose (DrillingGrade) Cellulose is a naturally occurring polysaccharide and is the most abundant renewable resource available. It is a glucose polymer photosynthesized by solar energy in various plants and act as the structural basis of the plant cell wall. Cellulose from various sources has been found used in industry nowadays such as sugar beet pulp, lantana camera, and water hycianth and sago waste. For industrial use, cellulose today is mainly obtained from wood pulp and cotton. CMC is an anionic, biodegradable and linear polymer cellulose ether. It is one of the most versatile of water-soluble hydrocolloids. Carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) or cellulose gum is a cellulose derivative with carboxymethyl group. Poly Anionic Cellulose (PAC) is white or yellowish powder, which is non-toxic, odorless, and solvable in water, with stable resistance to heat, salt and bacteria. PAC is kind of high quality, low-viscosity cellulose polymer with low molecular weight. USES AND APPLICATIONS Cellulose has many uses as an anticake agent, emulsifier, stabilizer, dispersing agent, thickener, and gelling agent but these are generally subsidiary to its most important use of holding on to water. Water cannot penetrate crystalline cellulose but dry amorphous cellulose absorbs water becoming soft and flexible. Some of this water is non-freezing but most is simply trapped. CMC acts as thickener, rheology modifier, water retention aid, filtration reducer, binder, dispersant, protective colloid, floating aid, crystallization inhibitor, ions exchanger, etc. CMC, in the oil-drilling industry as an ingredient of drilling mud, where it acts as a viscosity modifier and water retention agent. Function of Poly Anionic Cellulose (PAC) in drilling fluid High substitution degree, good substitution evenness, high transparency, controllable viscosity and lower water loss. PAC is not only an excellent slurry drilling fluid and well servicing fluid, but also a highly efficient pressing crack fluid. MARKET SURVEY Global Carboxymethyl Cellulose Market to Reach 892.14 Million Pounds. CMC has been witnessing steady growth during the past several years. Asia- Pacific represents the largest as well as fastest growing regional market for carboxymethyl cellulose cornering a substantial share of the global market, as stated by the new market research report on Carboxymethyl Cellulose (CMC). . In the foreseeable future, the market is projected to demonstrate moderate growth driven by increasing demand for the product in various end-use applications, with the Food industry, including ice creams and dairy products likely to demonstrate the fastest growth in Cellulose consumption. A significant portion of the demand for carboxymethyl cellulose in Asia-Pacific originates from countries such as China and India. The region also houses more number of cellulose producers than any other region in the world. Market for cellulose in Asia-Pacific is poised to demonstrate a strong compounded annual growth rate of 3.8%. Cost Estimation Capacity Cellulose from Starch : 16.7 MT/Day Carboxy Methyl Cellulose : 16.7 MT/Day Poly Ionic Cellulose : 16.7 MT/Day Plant & Machinery : Rs.143 Lakhs Cost Of Project : Rs. 853 Lakhs Rate of Return : 39% Break Even Point : 52% Pre-Gel Starch From Maize Starch(DrillingGrade) Pre-gelatinized starch is a processed carbohydrate, used as a texturizer and/or binder. 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